Hybrid program available at UofL for teachers who want to be principals

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The University of Louisville (UofL) has redesigned its Principal Preparation Program for hybrid learning and lowered the cost for spring 2021. Now UofL’s Advanced Educational Leader Program is seeking candidates statewide for its Executive Leadership Academy.

The program, jointly developed with the Ohio Valley Educational Cooperative (OVEC), is open to teachers who want to become school principals. Classes meet one evening per week, consistent throughout the program, and can be attended in person or online.

Tuition for UofL’s Principal Preparation Program is now $3,000 per semester for five semesters, including all textbooks, fees, certification test preparation, two years of membership in three professional organizations and one or more cohort-based field trips.

The program qualifies students for a specialist in education in educational administration graduate degree from UofL, Level 1 and 2 certification as principal and instructional supervisor, and Rank I compensation.

Details on the UofL Principal Preparation Program are available on a flier.

An application for the Principal Preparation Program is online. For more information, email Keith Davis.

 

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